I.to lead up from a lower place to a higher, Theogn., etc.
2.to lead up to the high sea, to carry by sea
, etc.; ἀν. ναῦν to put
a ship to sea
; absol. in the same sense, id=Hdt.
; —this is more common in Mid.
3.to take up from the coast into the interior, Od., Hdt.; esp. from Asia Minor into Central Asia, Xen.
4.to bring up from the dead, Hes., Aesch.
5.ἀν. χορόν to conduct
the choir, Hes.
, etc.; also, ἀν. ὁρτήν to celebrate
a festival, Hdt.
7.ἀν. παιᾶνα to lift up
the paean, id=Soph.
in various senses, ἀν. αἷμα to bring up
; ἀν. ποταμόν to bring
a river up
[over its banks], Luc.
; ἀν. φάλαγγα
, like ἀναπτύσσειν
; to bring up
a prisoner for examination, Xen.
II.to bring back, Hom., etc.
2.to refer a matter to another, Dem.
3.to rebuild, Plut.
4.to reckon or calculate, id=Plut.
intr. (sub. ἑαυτόν
) to draw back, withdraw, retreat
; ἐπὶ πόδα ἀν. to retreat
facing the enemy.
6.to reduce in amount, contract, Dem.
Mid. and Pass. to put out to sea, set sail
, etc.; ἀναχθῆναι Hdt.
; ἀναχθείς Aesch.
metaph. to make ready, prepare oneself
, ὡς ἐρωτήσων Plat.